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Hot Dogs Donuts

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Released  August 25, 1998
Length  78:18
Producer  Carl Caprioglio
Genre  Comedy
Label  Oglio Records
Recorded  November 27, 1996 – March 5, 1998

Hot Dogs + Donuts is an album by American comedian, comedy writer and radio personality Jackie Martling. The album was released on August 25, 1998 on the Oglio Records label.


Track listing

  1. Poops & Probes
  2. Jammers & Geniuses
  3. Smooches & Stammers
  4. Munchers & Mares
  5. Nips & Necklaces
  6. Odors & Officers
  7. Eaters & Errors
  8. Contemplators & Calculators
  9. Abstainers & Architects
  10. Condiments & Compliments
  11. Barf & Breadwinners
  12. Humpers & Holders
  13. Clammers & Chubbies
  14. Turds & Trims
  15. Chasers & Cruisers
  16. Pullers & Puppets
  17. Gamblers & Grunters
  18. Pooches & Perverts
  19. Semen & Showmen
  20. Gigolos & Gourmets
  21. Pharmacists & Fishes
  22. Polin' The Colon
  23. Squirters & Soilers
  24. Siblings & Surprises
  25. Leches & Lures
  26. Tears & Trades


In 1979, Martling issued his debut LP, What Did You Expect? He released two more albums, 1980's Goin' Ape! and 1981's Normal People Are People You Don't Know That Well. Martling sent all three records to fledgling New York City disk jockey Howard Stern. By 1986, he was a full-time member of Stern's show, later becoming the program's head writer. Martling maintained a steady schedule of live dates while working with Stern, recording Sgt. Pecker, F Jackie, and The Very Best of Jackie Martling's Talking Joke Book Cassettes, Vol. 1. Hot Dogs + Donuts is the third CD from Martling's Stern era.


Hot Dogs + Donuts was recorded live at Chuckles, Mineola, Long Island; The Comedy Palace, Andover, Massachusetts; and David Brenner's Laugh House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania between November 27, 1996 and March 5, 1998. The producer was Carl Caprioglio.

Martling sketches out the details of the album's origins:

"Since the girls at the telemarketing company I was using then wouldn't say 'Sergeant Pecker,' I told the crowds at the tapings for the next CD that I decided to make it a bit more cryptic and call the next one Hot Dogs & Donuts, figuring if somebody made something sexual of it that it was as much them as it was me. I recorded Hot Dogs & Donuts at The Comedy Palace in Andover, Massachusetts. Ron Sava's club always had the kind of buzz that I could only always count on in a few places. One of the others was Rascals in West Orange, where they taped the "Stump The Joke Man" footage that's on the DVD we included with Snart. I had edited almost the entire Hot Dogs & Donuts CD when I performed at The Comedy Palace again. From listening for hours and hours as I edited, the jokes were even more deeply & perfectly engrained in my little head, so I blasted away at those crowds like never before. The tapes from that weekend pushed the older tapes off the shelf and I started editing again. But that editing was minimal. The finished product is pretty funny and a healthy leap dirtier than the first two CD's. Not by design, it just is."


Hot Dogs + Donuts Wikipedia

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